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24 February 2021, 11:25

Minsk to host Budpragras 2021 construction exhibition on 14-19 September

MINSK, 24 February (BelTA) - Budpragras 2021, the annual international construction exhibition, will be held in Minsk on 14-19 September, BelTA learned from the website of the Union of Builders of Belarus.

“The exhibition is a recognized leader among such construction events. It reflects the development trends in the construction industry in Belarus. It is also an additional opportunity to market the latest technologies, materials and structures and to exchange experience, which contributes not only to the development of the construction industry, but also to attracts investments in this sector, strengthens business ties between Belarusian and foreign companies," the Union of Builders noted.

This year, the exhibition in the Football Indoor Center will feature new construction products, advanced technologies, equipment and will be running the following sections "Building Machinery," "Industry of Building Materials," "Smart House Management Systems," "Interior Light," "Construction Tools," "Doors and Fittings."

“The business program of the exhibition is packed. Participants will discuss the current development trends inf the construction industry during conferences, workshops, seminars, and presentations of participating companies. Visiting the exhibition will be interesting not only for specialists but also for everyone who builds a house or renovates an apartment. You will not find such a huge selection of goods and technology services in any store. Moreover, visitors will be able to learn about all new products of last year,” the Union of Builders noted.

Budpragras will be co-located with the international trade show "Flowers. Seeds. Garden”.

The events have been organized by the Minskexpo exhibition company with the support of the Architecture and Construction Ministry and the Union of Builders of Belarus.

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